AP World History is generally the first AP course available for students at Stone Bridge High School. AP World History is a course that covers "everything that's ever happened, ever." To alleviate having to learn literally everything, the AP curriculum divides the course into Six areas of focus. You can find everything you need to know about the AP curriculum on this website. I originally set up FREEMANPEDIA with the goal of relaying the AP World History standards in an easy to read format. So, use the various pages, links, bios, videos, etc. to focus your study throughout the year. As for my specific classes, I have posted a few key documents below that should help you navigate Mr. Freeman's AP World History class at SBHS.
Below is some general class information including links, documents, and charts:
Click HERE to gain access to the class syllabus. This includes class rules, expectations, Remind.com passwords, etc. This is the framework for how we will run our class.
AP WORLD VOCAB:
Click HERE for the vocabulary for every unit we will cover this year.
COLLEGE BOARD: AP WORLD HISTORY
Click here to go to the actual College Board page for AP World History.
HISTORICAL THINKING SKILLS & COURSE THEMES
The College Board released these to guide the course. These are the skills they expect students to develop and will test them in mid-May.
PBIS: POSITIVE BEHAVIORIAL & INTERVENTIONS & SUPPORTS
We, much like all Loudoun County Public Schools, will follow the PBIS motto to help build positve behavior in our class. Below, is a chart that breaks down what R.A.M.S. means at Riverside High School.